Judge Michael Bagneris, candidate for New Orleans Mayor said on Jeff Crouere’s WGSO 990 radio show on Tuesday that he would win outright in the first primary and not be in a runoff with Mitch Landrieu, the current incumbent.
2013 is now history and 2014 provides great promise and opportunities. The new year also means politics galore throughout the nation with mid-term elections. One of those races, the US Senate race for a seat currently held by Democrat Mary Landrieu, is expected to be at center stage as the Republicans try to take control of the Senate.
No doubt, the announcements that Judge decided to quit his position on the Orleans Parish Civil District Courts and jump into the New Orleans elections against a popular Mayor from a famous and powerful political background, is a shocker.
Who fumbled the healthcare reform ball?
With football jargon now being used to describe the failure of government, the issue becomes who dropped the pigskin and who's now going to pick it up and move down the field?
A health insurance woe is me. Or, how did we get into this mess. Better yet, what do we do to get out of it?
Those are the questions discussed in a lively Google Hangout today, moments after President Obama proposed a solution to the immediate crises of insurance policy cancellations.
On Friday, Edwin Washington Edwards will start another phase of his illustrious, yet controversial life that spans almost nine decades including four terms as Louisiana Governor and a federal ex-con.
Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to participate in a Google Hangout about the Syria crises. Here are comments from the Google Hangout event: (Watch hangout below).
In the 1990’s, the Louisiana public was shocked by the revelations that Tulane had granted to certain government officials the right to grant university scholarships to individuals.
As Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has escaped a veto session today, is now going across the state to reconnect with the voters but who keeps his national persona current by getting into debates such as the immigration reform legislation being debated in Washington D.C. , there is always the time to engage in political talk regarding one of the most prominent politicians in the country.
Have House Speaker Kleckley and the Louisiana House eaten their cans of spinach in their possible collective faceoff with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal?